A beautiful retina-ready web icon font / icon set which MFG Labs developed as an internal project and sharing with everyone now.
It is designed to be easily embeddable on a website or application using a webfont and css. This web font icon set is inspired by the excellent work of Dave Gandy’s font awesome project and the Octicons font made by the github team.
Elusive Icons is a collection of 268 free vector icons focused for Twitter Bootstrap.
It’s actually a webfont that can be used with any of your projects. Bootstrap-based, Foundation-based or even your custom projects. It was created by the need for an Open-Source font that can be used in your projects without licencing issues and/or other “attribution” claws.
A web with web fonts is more beautiful, readable, accessible and open. Webfonts enable everyone to bring quality typography to their web pages and applications.
Font Custom helps generate custom icon webfonts from the comfort of the command line. No configuration or navigating confusing APIs. Just place all your vectors in a folder, link a CSS file, and let Font Custom take care of the rest.
Font Custom outputs multiple font formats and a bulletproof stylesheet with one command. Works on modern browsers, quirky mobile flavors, and even your old friend IE8.
Typicons are free-to-use vector icons embedded in a webfont kit for easy use in your UI, whether it be on the web or in a native application.
Typicons save space and time by pairing a vector icon to a character, just like Webdings or Windings. Then, using the CSS3 pseudo-selector
::before, the appropriate characters are bound to their respective classes (eliminating the need to remember the correct index of each icon).
- No more slicing images and modifying background positions
- No more media queries for different screen resolutions
- 88 lightweight, consistent graphics based on a 24px grid
- Pixel-perfect rendering in webkit browsers using -webkit-font-smoothing: anti-aliased
- CSS and original vectors are included in the kit